August 20 & 29: Chester resident and popular comedian Jim Breuer performs at the Mayo Center for the Performing Arts on August 20, and at the Borgata Hotel and Casino’s Music Box on August 29.
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August 20 & 29: Chester resident and popular comedian Jim Breuer performs at the Mayo Center for the Performing Arts on August 20, and at the Borgata Hotel and Casino’s Music Box on August 29. The Saturday Night Live alum keeps it clean in this stand-up act, which focuses on his family life (including some old home videos). Breuer is busy these days with a book deal, and he appears in The Zookeeper, due in theaters this fall. 8 pm; $32–$62; 100 South St, Morristown (973-539-8008; mayoarts.org). 9 pm; $29.50; 1 Borgata Way, Atlantic City. (609-317-1000; theborgata.com)
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